Friday, May 20, 2011

Do You Want To Buy My Worthless U.S. Citizenship INSTANTLY?

If I have ever stated that I even like the United States of America, well then--I lied! And my Patron Goddess has forgiven my mere, minor indiscretion.

Hmmm, you might ponder... what is this all about?

My Answer:

Succinctly, I am offering my United States citizenship - for a sum of money (in English Pounds TBD later and of course very privately via legal counsel) in return - to anyone who wants so much to become an American instantly, who believes that this is the land of plenty, the land of democracy, a better life, and all of the other BS you have been and being fed via the media, and eating-up with glee from here on your visitation visa and/or abroad just salivating like Pavlov's dogs to get here to the United States and assimilate (and/or sell out)! I am certain that many truly believe U.S. citizenship is worth a lot of money! LOL!

There is are several stipulations:

1. I will agree to being stripped of my U.S. citizenship.

2. The U.S. Government must agree to instant citizenship for the individual who takes my place.

3. I promise only to speak the whole truth about the rampant institutionalized racism and the economics of poverty ( well as the socio-economic disparities, socio-political mismanagement, and religious intolerance evils) perpetrated against all folks of Afrikan (African) descent from pre-Diaspora through the here and now in your America.

4. I willfully decline acceptance of "my" 40 acres and mule!

5. There is much more...

So, with this said, please feel free to contact me. Serious inquiries only--and you already know how to reach out or connect with me!


Dr. Kheti A. Sahure

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

The Best American Tales Chosen: Rappaccinini's Daughter

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Edgar Cayce and the Akashic (Soul) Records

Edgar Cayce’s Interpretation of the Akashic Records

Edgar Cayce is one of world’s most popular contemporary psychics. He is known best for his ability to produce answers for seemingly impossible or improbable questions, such as a person’s health condition or the location of mythic places.

Cayce is able to do this by going into a trance state (self-induced). He too believed in the existence of the Akashic Records and was able to use the Heavenly Library to carry out specific readings for people. He calls the Akashic Records the reservoir of heavenly memories.

Cayce’s Journey to the Akashic Records

Edgar Cayce wrote countless accounts of his journeys to the Heavenly Library. The following is a summary of his first-hand account of how he is able to access and use the Akashic Records during psychic readings:

Phase 1. First, Edgar Cayce would induce an O.B.E. or out of body experience. From his statements, it appears that he is engaging in astral travel, because he sees himself as a tiny dot that actually leaves his physical body behind.

Phase 2. As he leaves his physical body, Edgar Cayce begins to travel (presumably in the astral plane) and darkness begins to shroud him, signaling that he is indeed moving through spiritual space. It is during this time, he says, that he begins to feel very alone. E.C.’s awareness is immense during these O.B.E.s.

Phase 3. Suddenly, his detached self becomes aware of a beam of light in the distance.

Phase 4. He follows the beam of light and it leads him to a space where several levels of existence are present. The first level, according to Cayce, is inhabited by ghastly shapes that one usually finds in nightmares. The second level of existence is inhabited by deformed human beings with irregularly sized body parts. After the second level, he sees hooded beings coming closer and closer to him. Gray in color, these shrouded entities seem to be guarding the Akashic Records.

Phase 5. As Cayce passes the gray, shrouded entities, other beings come into the picture, but these beings have robes that are lighter and less ominous than the first group’s robes. The direction of the beam of light changes, it moves upward and the path of the beam of light is guarded by robed beings with increasingly lighter and lighter colored robes.

Phase 6. Cayce finally finds himself in a plane where there are trees and houses - normal things that we find in living reality. Yet there is no movement or obvious signs of life in this plane - just structures, colors and images that we can say that came from our physical reality. Sound gradually begins to form in this plane of existence (Cayce says that the sounds are quite pleasant to the ears).

Phase 7. He arrives at what he calls the hall of records. The hall of records is not bound structurally - there are no visible floors, walls or even a roof. But this plane is a hall of records, nonetheless. Cayce states that he becomes aware of the presence of an old man that hands him a book - an Akashic Record - of the person for whom he is performing the psychic reading for.

The Reading

From this point onward, Edgar Cayce states in the physical plane (or in our reality) that he now has the records of the person and begins an enlightened psychic reading using the information that he is able to glean from the Akashic Records. Cayce then proceeds to select which parts of the Akashic Records would be most helpful for the present psychic reading.

Learn how to read your Akashic Records.


The akashic records (akasha is a Sanskrit word meaning "sky", "space" or "aether") is a term used in theosophy (and Anthroposophy) to describe a compendium of mystical knowledge encoded in a non-physical plane of existence. These records are described as containing all knowledge of human experience and the history of the cosmos. They are metaphorically described as a library; other analogies commonly found in discourse on the subject include a "universal supercomputer" and the "Mind of God". People who describe the records assert that they are constantly updated automatically and that they can be accessed through astral projection[1] or when someone is placed under deep hypnosis. The concept was popularized in the theosophical movements of the 19th century and is derived from Hindu philosophy of Samkhya. It is promulgated in the Samkhya philosophy that the Akashic records are automatically recorded in the atoms of akasha (the equivalent of what Aristotle called "aether"), one of the five types of atoms visualized as existing in the atomic theory of Ancient India, called Mahabhuta. In Buddhism it is taught one reason that people knew Gautama Buddha had attained enlightenment as a Buddha was because he was able to remember all of the details of all of his past lives by accessing them on the akashic records. The term akashic records is frequently used in New Age discourse.

Source: Akashic records. (2011, May 10). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 07:09, May 10, 2011, from

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Fortune Telling: Another Approach

Fortune Telling by Cards
P.R.S. Foli


Another Method

General outline—Signification of cards—How to consult the cards—An illustration—Its reading.
HERE again the pack of thirty-two cards is used, the cards from two to six inclusively being discarded, as in "The Combination of Sevens."

General Outline.

The general meaning pertaining to each suit is as follows: The court cards bear the signification of people, and the king, queen, and knave in each suit suggest relationship. The kings indicate the profession followed.

Thus, the king of spades denotes a literary man, or one whose desires would lead him to the pulpit or the platform.

The king of hearts is the symbol of a wealthy man—one who deals with large sums of money—for instance, a banker, capitalist, or stockbroker.

The king of clubs indicates the mental side of business, and here we look for the lawyer or barrister.

The king of diamonds is a business man—one who will depend on both his brain and hands for work. Diamonds are eminently the practical suit, and must always be consulted with reference to the subject's condition in life. They signify the material side of life, and according to the needs, so this suit indicates success, or the absence of it—failure.

There is a very slight variation in the signification of the cards as given in the preceding method, but it is well to observe it carefully, as the mode of procedure is entirely different.

Signification of Cards.

Ace Quietness and domestic happiness.

Seven Love.

Eight A surprise.

Nine A wish.

Ten A wedding.

Ace Service under the Crown.

Reverse ace A death.

Seven Unpleasant news.

Eight Sorrow or vexation.

Nine Quarrels.

Ten A disappointment.

Ace A letter or ring.

Seven A journey.

Eight Society.

Nine Illness, or sews of a birth.

Ten Money, joy, success.

Clubs.Ace A present.

Seven Gain; good business.

Eight Pleasure.

Nine A proposal.

Ten A journey by water.

How to Consult the Cards.

The inquirer is to shuffle the pack of cards and cut it into three. Take up the cards and let your subject draw any chance card that he pleases. Place this card on the table, and the suit from which it is drawn will determine the representative card, as it is an indication of the character of your subject.

A lady is represented by a queen, a man by a king, and the knave stands for the male relations or thoughts.

After the card is drawn, place the remainder on the table in four rows, beginning each row from left to right.

The cards that immediately surround the king or queen aid us in our judgment of the inquirer; and remember that the right hand card is the more important one.

An Illustration.
A practical illustration will exemplify my meaning, and again we will suppose a lady has cut the cards to have her fortune read.

The cards being shuffled and cut into three, the card was drawn, and as this proved to be a seven of clubs, so the queen represented the subject in this instance. When the cards were placed in order this is how they appeared.

First line.—Seven of clubs, eight of clubs, king of clubs, seven of hearts, king of diamonds, nine of diamonds, ten of diamonds, king of hearts.

Second line.—Seven of spades, nine of spades, knave of hearts, king of spades, eight of spades, queen of spades, ten of spades, ace of diamonds.

Third line.—Ace of spades, knave of clubs, queen of clubs, ten of hearts, ace of hearts, queen of diamonds, ace of clubs, nine of hearts.

Fourth line.—Knave of spades, seven of diamonds, eight of hearts, nine of clubs, eight of diamonds, knave of diamonds, queen of hearts, ten of clubs.

Its Reading.

Now we can proceed with the reading:—

As the suit of clubs is a pleasant one, we may conclude the lady is of a cheerful temperament. The seven itself signifies gain and prosperity, and the eight pleasure, which come to the inquirer through the king of clubs—typical of a solicitor. The seven of hearts indicates that a fair man is in love with the inquirer. The nine of diamonds, with the joyful ten beside it, seems to foretell a birth, and the king of hearts stands for a good friend. But the seven and nine of spades, in conjunction, inform us that some annoyance is coming which is possibly connected with the king of hearts.

The king of spades, accompanied by the eight of that suit, tells that this man is suffering considerable grief and vexation on account of the queen of clubs, suffering which will cause another woman to be jealous.

The queen and ten of spades, with the ace of spades, imply disagreeable tidings; but as the knave of clubs appears side by side with the queen of that suit (the inquirer), and they are followed by the ten of hearts, it will in no wise disturb the affection of either. The knave here may be taken to indicate the thoughts or intentions of the king. The ace of hearts seems to promise great tranquillity and happiness in the domestic life. A near relation, one deeply interested in the queen of clubs, is represented by the queen of diamonds. The ace of clubs shows that a letter is on its way.

The nine of hearts, the wish or betrothal card, follows, and from this I should infer that a proposal of marriage will come by letter, and one which will most probably be accepted. The knave of spades is followed by the seven of diamonds and the eight of hearts, which shows that the queen of clubs has been much loved by some one, and that an offer of marriage will have to be considered either directly before or immediately after a journey. The inquirer will have a great deal of pleasure on a journey. The queen of hearts and knave of diamonds indicate good friends who show her much kindness, and there will be welcome tidings for her across the water.

Now, count the rows, and should the betrothal card (the nine of hearts) appear in the third or fourth row, that number of years must elapse before becoming affianced.

Count the rows again until the one in which the ten of hearts (the marriage card) appears. In this example the betrothal and marriage card both appear in the third row, which indicates that the inquirer will be engaged in about three years, and marriage will take place soon after.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Marie Laveau

Marie Laveau I (1794?-1881) / Marie Laveau II (1827-1897)

Historically, this is a very interesting spell because Marie Laveau has been dubbed by many as "The Queen of Voodoo" of New Orleans and who was actually two people, mother (Marie Laveau I, the mother, supposedly was born in New Orleans in 1794) and then her daughter Marie Laveau II (Marie Laveau Clapion was born February 2, 1827).

"At the age of 70, in 1869, Marie gave her last performance as a voodoo queen. She announced she was retiring. She went to her Saint Ann Street home, but she never completely retired. She continued her prison work until 1875, and died in 1891. Then a similar tall woman with flashing black eyes, with the ability to control lives, emerged as Marie Laveau II." [Quoted from "the MSYTICA"]*

"It was never known whether her mother, Marie I, chose the role for her daughter, or whether Marie II chose the role to follow in her mother's footsteps for herself." [Quoted from "the MSYTICA"]*

The historical truth is a bit sketchy because it has been said that Marie Laveau II was originally a devout Catholic who mixed Catholic religious practices, the Roman Catholic Catechism (a summary of religious doctrine often in the form of questions and answers), Christian prayers and psalms (probably from the biblical hymns in "Book of Psalms") with her practice of Vodoun (Voodoo). She used gris-gris resembling charms and talismans, incense, statues of the Roman Catholic saints and the Virgin Mary, and holy water or "Marie Laveau Water" she more than likely made from New Orleans' Lake Pontchartrain.

"Strangely, Marie II 'died' in the public eye with Marie I seeming to pass into obscurity. Since the public had made no distinction between mother and daughter, the death of one ended the career of the other." [Quoted from "The MSYTICA"]*

There is still much mystery surrounding the historical "personalities" of Marie Laveau.


Sunday, May 1, 2011

Beltane Ritual

Button PentacleA Beltane Ritual (Solitary)


Minister Kheti A. Sahure, DD, HP

Temple of Kemetic Wicca
Milwaukee, WI

2001 C.E. (Common Era)

In Egyptian ritual magick, the four directions of north, south, east, and west have their own correspondences just as the Craft does within space and time. These directions can be viewed as Temple of Kemetic Wiccaa semi-circle line formed from the rising sun (Re or Ra) in the east to the sunset of the west. Egypt’s physical geography represents the North-South axis of syncretism where the River Nile flows from south to north, rising in the Eastern Highlands of Egypt, and ending in the northern Nile Delta where it meets with the Mediterranean Sea. South is the source of the Nile’s mighty energies and mysticism. In contrast with the practice of the Craft, ritual usually begins by facing either north or east; for the Ancient Egyptians, it was south.

Kemetic Symbolism:

North – Earth
South – Fire
East – Air
West – Water

Ether or Aeythyr (Ka or Spirit): Isis, Bast, Sekhmet, Horus, Osiris, Ra, Thoth, Geb, or deity (deities) of your choice since we are melding the Craft with Kemeticism. 

Hapi: North – Lower Egypt – Papyrus plant
Qebehsenuef: East – Sunrise (rebirth)
Duamutef: South – Upper Egypt – Lotus flower or plant
Imseti: West – Sunset

Craft Symbolism:

It has been said that the Festival of Hathor & Horus was the wedding between Hathor and Horus but took place some time in mid-May not on May 1st. May 1st was the day adopted by early Cunning Folk in Britain. And in some locales (primarily, in Europe as ancient Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic festivals in Ireland, Scotland, the Isle of Man, Wales, Brittany, and Cornwall), Beltane is celebrated from April 30th to May 5th. 


1. Dress in a kaftan (caftan) or ritual garb of your choice.

2. Prepare your temple, altar, or sacred space for ritual and/or ceremony by purifying or cleansing your temple, altar, or sacred space by any method of your choice.

3. Gather your offerings and place them on your altar.

4. You will need a sistrum, two candles (representing Hathor and Horus), incense, Egyptian artifacts, and your usual ritual tools. For those of you who can perform this outdoors, then rally and dance around your maypole and bonfire in glee and merriment. 

5. Optional – Facing south, cast your circle.

6. Prepare or get cakes, fruits, foods, and libations for your post-ritual celebration.

7. Feel free to vary this ritual to your own practice.


In Ancient Egypt, sunrise or dawn was considered the most important time of day to perform spiritual rituals and ceremonies.

Sunrise or Dawn is dedicated to Horus.
Midday or Noon is dedicated to Ra.
Sunset or Dusk is dedicated to Hathor.
Midnight is dedicated to Nut. 
The Ritual

Priest or Priestess:

Call upon the presence of Hathor and Horus (both as the spirit entity), Duamutef (south), Hapi (north), Qebehsenuef (east), Imseti (west) by reciting:

“I conjure thee Hathor and Horus, Duamutef of southern watchtower, Hapi of the northern watchtower, Qebehsenuef of the eastern watchtower, Imseti of the western watchtower.”
[Visualize and meditate as you’re doing this in order to connect with these deities]

[Shake sistrum]
[Light the two candles]

Priest or Priestess recites:

“Hail to all for your presence and your blessings of goodwill throughout this ceremony, for this is the height of Spring and the flowering of life, O Beltane!”

[Light the incense]

“I am purified with natron; thus I am pure, and pure are the words which come forth from my mouth—ii-wy em hotep!”

“Goddess Hathor, the gentler sister of Sekhmet, I welcome the love and light you bring and allow it to shed away all pain, sorrow, and regrets for what has not been fulfilled—bring joy in what has been done. Lord Horus, hawk of dawn, may your shining eye bring rays of light, health, hope, and good fortune as the day is renewed.”

[Shake sistrum]

Priest or Priestess recites:

“O Beltane, O Beltane,
I dance with delight in the twilight o’ the Beltane night.
Hathor of the west and Horus of the east,
May I awake renewed in peace.”

[Shake sistrum]

Priest or Priestess:

[At this point, prance or walk Deosil around the circle three times, spiraling inward and toward the center]

[If you created a fire in your cauldron upon your altar, then extinguish it at this time]

[Shake sistrum]

Priest or Priestess recites in closing:

“In praise of thee shining Eye of Horus and of thee Great Lady Hathor and their eternal union, Blesséd Be.”

[Shake sistrum]

[Thank the deities for their attendance and assistance during this rite; bid them farewell, then banish the circle, hexagram, pyramid, etc. if you did cast one]

~ Go celebrate in the Light of the Ancient Egyptian Pantheon,
the Lady & Lord ~

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